Sam Wallace

Sam Wallace is Football Correspondent for The Independent.

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Jack Grealish: English FA to push Ireland for services of the dual-nationality Aston Villa player

The 19-year-old was superb in Aston Villa's semi-final triumph over Liverpool

Jack Grealish in action at Wembley

Jack Grealish: Surely the FA will belatedly try to snap up Aston Villa star after his Wembley heroics

COMMENT: Put him in a phone box with two defenders and he’d come out with the ball at his feet, writes Sam Wallace

Brendan Rodgers talks with Steven Gerrard during FA Cup semi-final defeat

Aston Villa vs Liverpool: Reds were 'lacking energy' says Brendan Rodgers after FA Cup semi-final defeat to Aston Villa

Tim Sherwood says Liverpool were  'a little bit bamboozled' by Aston Villa's display

Fabian Delph celebrates his goal

Aston Villa vs Liverpool match report: Christian Benteke and Fabian Delph turn FA Cup semi-final and end Steven Gerrard dream

Aston Villa 2 Liverpool 1: Deflected Philippe Coutinho shot had given Liverpool the lead

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho

Chelsea vs Manchester United: Jose Mourinho launches attack on delegates by claiming they 'have had too much hospitality'

Mourinho slams the latest fair play table as 'not true' after it ranked Chelsea the worst team for their attitude towards officials

Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek

Chelsea transfer news: Jose Mourinho plays down news signings Nathan and Yoshinori Muto but talks up Ruben Loftus-Cheek

Loftus-Cheek is the latest hope from the Chelsea academy whose Under-19s have just won the Uefa Youth League

Burnley striker Danny Ings at his home in Manchester this week

Danny Ings interview: 'My aim next year – wherever I am – is to play and develop'

Danny Ings is determined to carry on his season’s astonishing work and help keep Burnley in the Premier League – beyond that his goal is refreshingly simple: to improve

Jose Mourinho's Chelsea are seven points clear at the top of the league
A downbeat Raheem Sterling during Liverpool's kit launch on Friday - when he was heckled by fans

Raheem Sterling laughing gas: Liverpool will not punish forward over 'hippy crack' video

Manager Brendan Rodgers will speak with player on Thursday

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